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17 Days Incredible Experience Tour with the Mixture of Cultural Cities
  • Taj Mahal

  • Kathmandu

It has served as capital to several empires of ancient and medieval times. The city of Delhi was erected on the banks of the Yamuna River. The history of Delhi is as old as 3000 years. It is held that Indraprastha was the old Capital of Delhi and was established by the Pandavas in the times of the Mahabharata 1500 B.C. and was situated adjacent to the Old Fort. Today the city is much known for its charm of Old and New which is quite conspicuous in its two parts Old Delhi and New Delhi, the latter was mainly developed by the British.
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Trip Highlights & Experiences
This trips specializes in crafting holiday tours in the Indian subcontinent. This trip incorporate following themes and activity.
  • Family
  • Arts And Museum
  • Architecture
  • Culture
  • Elephant
  • Festival
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Multi Country
  • Signature
  • Tiger
  • Wildlife
Destinations TO VISIT
  • New Delhi
  • Jaipur
  • Pushkar
  • Ranthambhore National Park
  • Agra
  • Varanasi
  • Kathmandu 44600
  • Nagarkot
  • New Delhi
Temperature and Best Season
The climate can broadly be described as tropical, with the exception of the Himalaya.
The Subcontinent has four seasons:

  • Winter- from December to February
  • Summer- from March to June
  • Monsoon- from July to September
  • Autumn- October and November

The best time to visit the north is between October and March; temperatures are pleasant, the days dry and sunny. From December through to mid-January early morning fog in and around Delhi can disrupt travel plans with flights often delayed or sometimes cancelled. Night temperatures in Rajasthan and the plains often reach freezing point during the winter and it can be chilly before sunrise. April through to August is hot. Early summer is good for wildlife viewing, the parks are free of visitors, vegetation is dry and game easily spotted.
Arrival at Delhi International Airport
Days 1
India Gate

Upon arrival in New Delhi, you will meet our company representative at the International Airport.
Private Assistance with our company representative:- Please do look for him as soon as you are done with collecting your luggage. Walk towards the exit gate in the arrival terminal (we request you not to leave the terminal building until the representative contacts you.) Assistance and transfer by car to the hotel where room is reserved for immediate check-in.

Delhi: - It has served as capital to several empires of ancient and medieval times. The city of Delhi was erected on the banks of the Yamuna River. The history of Delhi is as old as 3000 years. It is held that Indraprastha was the old Capital of Delhi and was established by the Pandavas in the times of the Mahabharata 1500 B.C. and was situated adjacent to the Old Fort. Today the city is much known for its charm of Old and New which is quite conspicuous in its two parts - Old Delhi and New Delhi, the latter was mainly developed by the British. You will stay overnight at the Hotel.



Delhi – Ajmer – Pushkar
Days 2
Pushkar Fair

After breakfast at Hotel, you will be transferred to the Railway Station to catch the Train to Ajmer. Upon arrival in Ajmer, you will be driven to Pushkar. Reach Pushkar; there you will be received by our company representative. He will transfer you to the Hotel where room is reserved for check-in.

In the afternoon, you will visit the site of the Pushkar Fair.

Pushkar Fair:- It is Rajasthan most famous fair. The fair marks the presence of camel traders, pilgrims, visitors and those who are here simply to participate in one of the season-s most colorful social events. Apart from the tented camps, you will encounter hundreds of shops that sell everything including handicrafts, spices, foodstuff and jewellery. You can also participate in the activities specially arranged for the visitors. But, it is much better to stay in the fair grounds to watch the fascinating Rajasthani village metamorphosing before the eyes. Your overnight stay will be at the Hotel.



Pushkar Fair
Days 3
Camel Safari

After breakfast at Hotel, you will be taken to explore the Pushkar Fair.

Camel Safari in Pushkar:- Enjoy the adventure of a Camel Safari, which takes you through the golden sands of the vast Thar Desert (Near Pushkar)- primeval, savage and lonely. You will move through sandy stretch of the landscape by remote villages. The "Aravalli Range" here is one of the world oldest, and flaunts sandy expanse, tiny dunes, charming hills and adorable sunrises and sunsets.

Camel races are the first event. Usually a lumbering beast of burden, the camel all covered in finery, appears to be an ostrich, and rushes through the race like one. Then, you will witness the event quite similar to musical chairs. Here, as the music stops, the camel is supposed to manage to stick its long arching neck between two poles, each camel owner guiding its entrant by means of a silken cord attached to its nose ring.
Your overnight stay arrangements have been made at the Hotel.



Pushkar – Jaipur
Days 4
Samode Haveli

After breakfast, you will resume your drive to Jaipur. Upon arrival, you will meet our company representative at the hotel. He will assist in check-in and provide you with the schedule for sightseeing.

Jaipur:- The origins of the beautiful city of Jaipur dates back to the 18th century, the time when Jai Singh II had ascended the Amber throne in the year 1699. Jaipur today, epitomizes the spirit of Rajputana.  In-spite of growing into a bustling metropolis, it still retains its character and history - A beautiful fusion of the yesteryears and modernity. Jaipur is referred to as the Pink City because of the extensive use of the locally abundant pink plastered stone, painted so in honor of the visit of the royal consort of Queen Victoria. Jaipur is popular with tourists for its majestic forts, royal palaces, splendid temples and lush gardens.

You will stay overnight at the Hotel.



Jaipur
Days 5
Amber Fort

After breakfast, you will go to Amber Fort. The Amber Fort nestled in picture-perfect and craggy hills offers you a look into the mesmerizing combination of Hindu and Mughal architecture. The fort is built with red sand stone and white marble. Have a lovely Elephant Safari here. In afternoon, you will be visiting City palace which is situated in the center of the fortified city. Then, visit famous wonderful Jantar Mantar (the observatory) and Hawa Mahal.

You will stay overnight at the Hotel.







Jaipur – Ranthambhore
Days 6
Ranthambhor National Park

After breakfast at Hotel, you will drive to Ranthambhore. On arrival in Ranthambhore, you will meet our company representative at the hotel. He will assist you in check-in and take you on the Evening Safari.

Ranthambhore National Park:- Ranthambore is a national park and tiger reserve in Rajasthan, the western state of India. It is located in Sawai Madhopur district of south-eastern Rajasthan, about 130 km from Jaipur, which is also the nearest airport. The closest town and railway station is located at Sawai Madhopur, which is 11 kilometers away. The park lies at the edge of a plateau, and is bounded to the north by the Banas River and to the south by the Chambal River. The park abounds in many lakes. It is named for the historic Ranthambore fortress, which lies within the national park. The park extends over 392 km land area, and is talked about for its tiger population. It is one of India Project Tiger reserves too. The other wildlife species that you can see here are leopard, dhole, wild pig, sambar, chital and the gaur.
In the evening proceed for the evening Safari. You will stay overnight at the Resort.



Ranthambhore
Days 7
Tigers

Enjoy full day game viewing inside the jungle (two safaris - morning and evening).

You will stay overnight at the Resort.










Ranthambhore – Fatehpur Sikri - Agra
Days 8
Agra Fort

After breakfast at the hotel, you will immediately be transferred to Agra by road. It will take 5 hours to reach. On the way, you will stop at Fatehpur-sikri.

Fatehpur Sikri: The deserted sandstone city built by Emperor Akbar as his capital and palace in the late sixteenth century is a feast for eyes. It undoubtedly a fairytale city and its -ruins- are in pristine conditions. From a visit to this city, you can very well acquire an idea about its rich court life.

On arrival in Agra, you will meet our company representative at the hotel. He will assist you in check-in and provide you with the schedule for sightseeing.

You will proceed for the sightseeing of Agra city visiting its first attraction Agra Fort, which is given a status of the UNESCO World Heritage site. We also recommend a visit to Emperor Akbar mausoleum in Sikandra. Itmadullah Tomb known as the Baby Taj Mahal and built between 1622 and 1626 Ad by Nur Jahan the wife of Jahangir in memory of her father Ghias-ud-Din-Beg. From Itmadullah-s Tomb - a wonderful view of the River and the public laundry can be enjoyed which is very interesting.

If you have more time in Agra, we can also take you to see the real Agra - its bylanes and bazaars, where under the shadow of the Jama Masjid, there are Hindu temples and donkey-carts and little shops selling everything under the sun. If you visit the bazaars, do not miss to sample the famous Agra Petha. It is a pumpkin dessert made with sugar syrup and rose water. (It is up to your wish). An overnight stay arrangements are available at the Hotel.



Agra - Varanasi
Days 9
Taj Mahal

After breakfast at the hotel, you will go for the sightseeing city tour of Agra. You will visit The Taj Mahal. The view of this attraction is best enjoyed at dawn, when the first rays of the sun light up the marble beautifully. However, a visit at dawn time will also spare you from heat and the crowds. After that, our company representative will transfer you to Railway Station to board the Overnight train to Varanasi from Agra.

You will stay aboard the Train.







Varanasi
Days 10
Budhist Temple at Sarnath

Reach at Varanasi. Our company representative will meet you and transfer you to the Hotel where a room has been reserved for you.

Varanasi is one of the ancient living cities in the world. It is believed to be founded 3000 years ago and is counted among the seven holiest cities of Hindus. It was a flourishing trading centre 500 BC when the Buddha came to Sarnath to preach his first sermon. It was a city of great wealth and religious importance when the Chinese traveller, Hiuen Tsang, visited it in the seventh century. You will pay visits to the Vishwanath Golden Temple, the abode of great God Shiva, Durga Temple, Bharat Mata Temple, Tulsi Manas Mandir and Banaras Hindu University.

You will be sightseeing Varanasi with an experienced guide. In the afternoon, you will pay a visit to Sarnath. It is 7 kilometers from the city where Buddha preached his first sermon more than 2500 years ago. You will stay overnight at the Hotel.



Varanasi
Days 11
Varanasi Ghat

Early morning boat cruise on river Ganges. It will be a pleasant sight to see thousands of pilgrims gathering on the water edge. Some will be seen bathing; some can be spotted worshipping and yet some people can be noticed meditating. On stone platforms under palm leaf umbrellas, you will also get a view of the Pandas-Brahmin priests performing rites and rituals. The boat trip will cover various ghats including the cremation sites. All the sacred Hindus believe that to die in Kashi (Varanasi) and to be cremated on the banks of the Ganges mean attaining release from the cycle of birth and death.

You will stay overnight at the Hotel.






Varanasi – Delhi
Days 12
Jantar Mantar

After breakfast at Hotel, our company representative will transfer you to the Airport to board the flight to Delhi. On arrival in Delhi, our company representative will receive you and help you check-in at Hotel.

The rest of the day is free for you to enjoy at leisure. Proceed for the local shopping in Delhi.

Connaught Place is arguably the finest shopping centre in Delhi. The complex also referred to as CP is an important meeting place for the cross-sections of the people. Janpath is another shopping destination in New Delhi. Dilli Haat, the food and Crafts Bazaar, opposite INA Market, is a one-stop shopping place for tourists, which not only offers various arts and handicrafts of India, but also a taste of the ethnic cuisine. Visitors can also witness the different performing arts of the country.  

You will stay overnight at the Hotel.



Delhi - Kathmandu
Days 13
Durbar Square

After breakfast, our company representative will transfer you to the Airport to board the flight to Kathmandu. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you will be received by our company representative. He will assist you in check-in at the Hotel. He will also furnish you with the schedule for sightseeing tour of Kathmandu City.

Kathamandu:- Visit the Durbar Square, Hanuman Dhoka, the ancient royal residential quarter, Mahadev and Parvati Temple, Machhender Bahl-holy place for the Buddhists and Hindus, Temple House of Kumari, the vestal virgin or the living goddess. Walk around the local bazaars.

Also visit Swayambunath. The site is as old as 2500 years. It is believed that the Radiant Lotus of the valley, according to mythology, settled when the water was drained by Manjushri, the god of Wisdom. The 5 dhyani Buddha attended by their consorts are enshrined at the base of the stupa. (Non-Hindus are not allowed inside Swayambhunath temple). You will stay overnight at the Hotel.



Kathmandu
Days 14
Kathmandu Boundhanath

After breakfast at Hotel, you will venture out for a morning visit to Patan.

In Patan, you will see the old Newar City, the historic Durbar Square, the Golden Gate, the sky piercing temple of Teleju and the statue of Yogendra Malla, other temples, old carved windows and balconies of wood, curio shops and bazaars.

Afternoon excursion to Bhadgaon, Bodhnath and Pashupatinath. Bhadgaon is another Newar city established in the 9th century. Here, you will be visiting the ancient Gateway, Durbar Square the Royal Residential quarter of Bhupatindra Malla, the noted five-storeyed temple of Nyatapola in pagoda style and other temples.

Later, visit Bodhnath. It is a 2500-year old Buddhist Stupa. The site is popular with Buddhist pilgrims from Tibet. You will also visit Pashupatinath temple where Shiva is worshipped in the form of lingam. (Only Hindus are allowed inside). You will stay overnight at the Hotel.



Kathmandu – Nagarkot
Days 15
Kathmandu Swayambhunath

After breakfast, you will be driven to Nagarkot. On the way, you will stop at Bhaktapur. Bhaktapur is one of the three major towns of the Kathmandu Valley. In Sanskrit, Bhaktapur means "the city of devotees". It is also known as Bhadgaon. Then, resume your drive to Nagarkot. Our company representative will receive you and transfer you to the Hotel where a room is reserved for you. He will give you the sightseeing schedule.

Nagarkot:- The palace complex situated in the heart of the city reflects the prosperity of the Malla years and the details at which the craftsmen then worked. The palace with 55 windows stands in the square. It served as a retreat to many kings of Bhaktapur. It is perhaps the most popular of the three Newar towns of the Kathmandu Valley.

You will stay overnight at the Hotel.



Nagarkot - Kathmandu
Days 16
Nagarkot Temple

In the morning, you will see the mesmerizing sunrise at Nagarkot. It is small village seat located at an elevation of 7500 Ft and offers you the scintillating views of Dhaulagiri in the west, Kanchenjunga in the east. On a fine day one can even see the tip of the Everest from here.

You will set out for Kathmandu. After you reach, our company representative will receive you and transfer you to the Hotel where a room has been reserved for you.

You will stay overnight at the Hotel.





Kathmandu – Delhi – Home
Days 17
Red Fort

After breakfast at Hotel, our company representative will take you to the Airport to board a flight to Delhi. On arrival in Delhi, late in the evening, you will proceed for the FAREWELL DINNER. From North Indian, South Indian, Chinese and Continental to American-style fast food, you will get everything that suits your palate. We have also provided a list speciality food restuarants in various parts of India. (It-s up to your wish). With this, you can leave for the DANCES OF INDIA SHOW with Castle & King representative. After that our company representative will drive you to the International Airport to board a flight to next destination with the sweet memories of India Tour in heart and mind. A minimum of 2 hours for flight check-in formalities will be required at the airport. We wish you a safe and pleasant journey home on behalf of the Castle & King Team!








This Trip pricing is season dependent and  your journey will be a private, customized travel experience, based on your individual schedule, interests and budget.

So we have not placed price here. We will send you price idea after understanding your needs. Once you have your itinerary just right and are ready to book we will ask you to deposit advance amount. This you can do will bank transfer or through our online secure gateway. We do not take your Credit card information for manual processing now.

Our Indian tours are offered as land only where you arrange your own airfare and we meet you at the airport and handle everything else. Very often travelers coming to India have many questions concerning our tours, accommodation, visas, transfers and more. To see the answers to the most frequently asked questions, please consult our FAQ page

Question: Dining, Shopping, Foods & Drinks
Answer: Dining

Avoid eating spicy foods when you first arrive in India, however tempting. Allow your system at least a day or two to get used to them, introducing one Indian dish with each meal for the first couple of days. After that it is best to stick with cooked foods, and remember to peel fruit before eating it. The best drinks to enjoy with your meals or to quench your thirst are the bottled mineral waters, other bottled drinks, coffee and tea. Indian beer is very good, along with Indian gin and vodka. The whiskey needs an acquired taste, and the imported scotch whiskey is very expensive as is the wine.

Shopping

India is a shoppers paradise with the promise of some excellent buys! However, as a measure of precaution, always check on the levels of import duty levied for items that you wish to purchase. Many local shopkeepers may claim that there is no duty levied, but this could be incorrect information. Please try and carry back all the goods that you purchase with you to avoid storage charges. If you are planning major shopping, please seek information and advice from customs authorities before departing on your tour. When shopping for expensive items such as precious stones, carpets etc, the shopkeepers may guarantee the authenticity of the item, but expert knowledge is essential to ascertain their true value. For general shopping we recommend the Government Emporiums, and the shops in the hotels where quality and price are a little more reliable. You will find a huge choice of goods, from fashion bags and shoes, to Indian silks and handicrafts. Do not forget that any item that is more than 100 years old is banned from export out of the country, as is ivory, crocodile skin and other wildlife products. We pride ourselves on the quality of our sightseeing guides. However, if at any time you feel pressured by the guides to purchase any goods, we would be grateful if you would bring it to the attention of our local representatives. Please note that bargaining is common in India at most of the establishments except at the Government Emporiums where prices are generally fixed.

Food & Drinks

In any holiday tour to India dinner is not included please budget for approximately $35/£20 per person for an evening meal without alcohol. You will in general find meals very good value for money with a broad choice of cuisine in most hotels throughout your tour (Western and Asian). In remote and outlying areas of India you will find mainly local cuisine. It is suggested that at these times you order vegetarian food, as it tends to reduce the risk of upset stomachs! Avoid eating highly spiced foods when you first arrive in India, however tempting. Instead, allow your system at least a day or two to get used to them, introducing one Indian dish with each meal for the first couple of days. After that it is best to stick with cooked foods, and remember to peel fruit before eating it. The best drinks to enjoy with your meals or to quench your thirst are the bottled mineral waters, other bottled drinks, coffee and tea. Indian beer is very good, along with Indian gin and vodka. Indian wine is growing in reputation and can be most palatable, especially in the hotel restaurants. We recommend both the Grover and Sula vineyards. Local whiskey needs an acquired taste, and the imported scotch whiskey is very expensive, as is imported wine. Avoid drinking tap water at all costs!! The jugs of water supplied in hotel rooms is purified, but not guaranteed to be safe. Mineral water is very cheap and a far safer option for drinking and even cleaning your teeth, although do check the seal on the bottle is intact.



Question: When to go?
Answer: Despite being a tropical country the weather in India is as diverse as its regions and varies enormously throughout the year. With clear sunny skies and mild nights October to March is generally considered to be the best time of the year to visit the sub-continent. The southwest coast and the hilly north east receive the heaviest rains and the monsoon season first breaks on the Kerala coastline in May or early June. Moving steadily inland towards the north and the Himalayan ranges the rains reach Delhi in early July where it remains hot and humid until September. During the monsoon the north eastern state of Meghalaya claims to be one of the wettest places on earth. Throughout the monsoon mountainous and coastal regions receive more rainfall than the central plains. April through to July can be extremely hot but regional variation can be huge.

The North

The best time to visit the north is between October and March; temperatures are pleasant, the days dry and sunny. From December through to mid-January early morning fog in and around Delhi can disrupt travel plans with flights often delayed or sometimes cancelled. Night temperatures in Rajasthan and the plains often reach freezing point during the winter and it can be chilly before sunrise. April through to August is extremely hot. Early summer is good for wildlife viewing, the parks are free of visitors, vegetation is dry and game easily spotted. Monsoon offers savvy travelers many benefits, hotels offer amazing value and monuments 40 are free of tourists, rains are not incessant and normally arid areas are green with vegetation. National Parks are closed to visitors from July to the end of September.

The South

Influenced by the Arabian Sea on one side and the Indian Ocean on the other climatic variation across the southern states of India are significant. Generally the winter months of November 10 through to April are regarded as the best time to visit. Throughout the south temperature 5 fluctuation is less extreme than in the north with marginal difference between summer and winter temperatures. April and May are the hottest months of the year and coastal regions can get hot and humid, although afternoon sea breezes help to cool things down. Higher up in the foothills the summer temperatures remain pleasant although during the winter night time temperatures can drop significantly. On the west coast monsoon rains begin in early June and continue through to August. On the East coast the rains last from October through to December. National Parks and Wildlife reserves are open all year round.

The East and West

Mumbai, Goa, Calcutta (Kolkata) and the areas along the coast are generally hot and humid throughout the year; however temperatures remain fairly constant. During the winter temperatures drop very slightly, especially further in land away from the coast. The Monsoon begins in June and continues through to early October. Cooling slightly after the Monsoon the best time to visit Maharashtra, Orissa and Gujarat is between October and March.

The Himalayas, Nepal and Bhutan

At their best from March through to November the hilly regions of India provide respite from the heat and humidly of the plains during the summer months, in July and August the monsoon rains arrive. In the hill station towns snow is likely from late December through to early February. In the rain-shadow of the Himalayan Mountains the states of Kashmir and Ladakh further north are best visited between June and August when temperatures are at their highest.

 Special Activities Included:

 
  • Reception and Assistance from our company representative in every destination before reaching.
  • Accommodation can be availed on the basis of Double or Triple Sharing, Sightseeing Tours as mentioned in the Travel Plan.
  • Comfortable and Nice air-conditioned SUV 4WD always at your disposal, from first to last day in India.
  • Our Tour Guides are a team of knowledgeable and quite articulate professionals, who enjoy taking visitors around. They speak
  • English, Spanish, German and Russian as mentioned Travel Plan.
  • Daily Buffet Breakfast in the Hotel as per the chosen Accommodation.
  • In Old Delhi have an experience of rickshaw ride.
  • Bazaar walks through OLD Delhi.
  • Enjoy Battery van ride at Taj Mahal, Agra.
  • Splendidly carved tomb of Itmad-ud-Dullahs.
  • Private Jeep Safari at National Park (Maximum Two Morning and Evening Safari each day).
  • A fascinating Elephant ride to travel to the foothills of the Aravali range in Jaipur.
  • A/C Chair Car Train Tickets from Delhi+++Ajmer and Agra+++Varanasi.
  • Bazaar Walk in Jaipur`s Walled City (An interesting look at daily life in the colourful bazaars of Jaipur).
  • Bask in the true Rajasthani tradition with our company representative.
  • All entrance fees are included in National Parks during the Tour.
  • Visit Kathmandu Valley with our company representative.
  • At the end of the Tour in Delhi, you will see the Dance of India and Fare well Dinner in Restaurant.
  • Toll Taxes, Driver Allowance and Parking are included during the Tour.
  • Mineral water in the Transport during the whole Tour.
  • All applicable taxes and service charges.
  • All prevailing taxes like Luxury Tax in all Hotels and expenditure tax wherever applicable.
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